Ramaphosa pleased with ANC’s KZN campaign

Ramaphosa pleased with ANC’s KZN campaign

With three weeks to go until the local government elections, most political parties were out in full force in KwaZulu-Natal this past weekend. 

African National Congress (ANC) president Cyril Ramaphosa in Durban campaign
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African National Congress (ANC) president Cyril Ramaphosa was joined by the party’s provincial chairperson Sihle Zikalala and provincial secretary Mdumiseni Ntuli as the party brought out the big guns ahead of the polls. 

They embarked on a door-to-door campaign in Durban, Umlazi, Umbumbulu and Folweni. 

Ramaphosa says their focus is not on any opposition party but to ensure the ANC takes control of the various municipalities. 

"I leave eThekwini and KZN quite elated and satisfied about the way the campaign is going ere. I think its gathering momentum. We are going to be victorious here. I have no doubt about it." 

The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) has been crisscrossing the province to garner support. 

Queen Xulu - the National Secretary of the party's Women's Brigade - was campaigning door-to-door in KZN on Sunday. 

She says voter confidence in the IFP is growing. 

"Because the ANC councillors are nowhere to be found since 2017, their problems are still like before their crisis is water, roads and the councillors are not taking any care of those infrastructures." 


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